FSC materials are wood by-products materials that are regenerated into cellulose fiber produced from sustainably managed plantations which help maintain biodiversity and the ecosystem.
It has a lightness similar to that of cotton but is characterized by its silky and soft appearance.
FSC stands for ‘Forest Stewardship Council’ an international non-profit organization dedicated to promoting responsible forestry.
There is nothing better we can do for our planet than work with reusable waste. Recycled cotton is converted fabric waste that is reused to make new pieces. Reusing materials preserves biodiversity and biological cycles. It keeps our soil undamaged and reduces significant energy and water waste.